The Second Tory Party, 1714-1832

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NOTES

I.--THE PROBLEM AND ITS CONDITIONS
(1)
Wharton, 163; Walpole iii.; Coxe ii. 672; Namier passim; Add. 32687, f. 411.
(2)
"Seasonable Hints from an Honest Man", 1761; Minto i. 75; Gibbon ii., Aug. 1790.
(3)
Hume to Hertford, Feb. 1766; Lyttelton i. 767; Rockingham i. 131.
(4)
Lyttelton i. 66; Coxe iii. 575; Barrington, 75; Topham, "Life of Elwes"; H. Mss. Var. Coll. vi. 266.
(5)
Add. 32679, f. 132; ib. 38458 ( Feb. 1762); Colchester i. 55.
(6)
Bladen to Newcastle, July 1740, Add. 32694; V.C.H., Essex; Nugent, 68; "Reflections on the Contest for the County of Northampton", n.d.; Newcastle to Hardwicke, May 1750, Add. 35410.
(7)
Shelburne i. 22, 39; Colchester i. 44; The Oxfordshire Contest', 1754; Bramston, "The Art of Politics", 1729; Add. 38310, f. 234 B. Skrymshere to Jenkinson, Oct. 1762, ib. 38200.
(8)
"London Chronicle", April 1758; Lonsdale, 130; V.C.H., Hunts ii.; Townshend papers (H. Mss.).
(9)
Carte-Kynaston papers, Add. 21500; Coxe ii. 98; Overton, "William Law".
(10)
Add. 32711, f. 395; ib. 38200 (Jenkinson to Lowther, Feb. 1763) Burke i. 30; "History of the Late Minority".

II.--IN THE WILDERNESS (1714-1727)
(1)
Michael i. 426; Portland v. 497; Wentworth papers ( 1883), 423; Coxe ii. 47; Add. 34737, f. 3; Verney papers, "The Eighteenth Century", ii. 21.
(2)
Bathurst to Strafford, 7 Nov. 1714, Add. 22221; Arbuthnot to Swift, 19 Oct.; Bolingbroke to Atterbury, Sept., S.P. Dom. 35/ 1.
(3)
Bishop Nicholson (Lonsdale papers) reckoned 244 Whigs to 151 Tories elected down to 9 Feb. A Tory motion on the 10th June was beaten by 280 to 160, S.P. Dom. 35.
(4)
Stowe Mss. 228, ff. 68, 205; ib. 750, f. 55; Lady Cowper, "Diary", 18, 88; Sutherland papers, 190.
(5)
Stowe Mss. 228, f. 62; ib. 750, f. 175; ib. 246, Stair to Craggs, 7 May 1718; Kenyon, 464; C. J., 23 Jan. 1723.
(6)
Stair to Craggs, 25 April 1718, Stowe Mss.246; Craggs to Stair, 11 May (Stair); Stuart i. and iii. passim; James III to Lansdowne, April 1722 (Mahon).
(7)
Bolingbroke to James III, 19 Aug. and 18 Oct. 1715 (Mahon);--to Swift, 23 Oct. 1716; Col. Johnston to James Graham, April 1722, Bagot Mss.; Wharton, 163.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • I- The Problem and Its Conditions 1
  • II- In the Wilderness 1714-1727 13
  • III- Sir Robert 24
  • I- Fusion and Confusion 1742-1754 39
  • V- The Watershed- I 1754-1760 58
  • VI- The Watershed- II 1760-1765 68
  • VII- The Watershed- III 1765-1768 87
  • VIII- The New Parties 1768-1774 99
  • IX 122
  • X- The Divide 1782-1784 143
  • XI- The Party of Mr. Pitt 1784-1792 164
  • XIII- The Breaking of the Pitt Party 1800-1806 213
  • XIV- The Age of Faction 1806-1812 247
  • XV- Aftermath of War 1813-1820 276
  • XVI- Breaking-Point (1820-1826) 304
  • XVII- The Break 1826-1830 345
  • XVIII- Finale 384
  • Authorities 405
  • Notes 409
  • Index 425
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